2019 BMW 8 Series interior review

The entire new 2019 BMW 8 Series features plenty of premium materials and looks stunning inside. Nevertheless, some critics argue that an upstairs car like this should stand out with its cabin style, mock the fact that its interior looks and sounds more panache than other BMWs. The front seats are excellent, although the rear seats for adults are too low. The trunk storage for the class is fine, and the list of features is dominated by an almost basic infotainment system.
Four in either the coupe and the convertible versions of the 8 Series.

Merino leather upholstery, front seats with adjustable control, and optional heated front seats. A heated frontreal armrest and a heated steering wheel are available. Ventilated front seats are available. The LATCH car-seat adapters are two complete sets. The convertible versions have a power folding soft top that can be increased or decreased at speeds of up to 30 mph in just 15 seconds. Cabinets also give a cooler chest.
There are comfortable, spacious and friendly front seats. These are full of head and legroom and are good on long drives for passengers of all sizes. But the back seats are incredibly short and difficult to access.
Almost every adult can feel tight back there, while two-door sports cars are foreign to equality for having large back seats.
If you are looking for more space, you are expected to join the 8 Series lineup in the end of a four-door Gran Coupe.


Standard features in the 8 Series include dual-zone automatic climate control, wireless device charging, and the iDrive infotainment system with a 10.25-inch touch screen, touchpad controller, navigation, a 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, satellite radio, HD Radio, two USB ports, Bluetooth, a Wi-Fi hot spot, and Apple CarPlay. The sound system is available for 16 speakers Bowers & Wilkins.
The standard driver assistance features include head-up screen, adaptive cruise control, surround camera, front and rear parking sensors, parallel automatic parking, forward collision warning, foot detection, automatic emergency braking, starting lane warnings, rear cross traffic alarm and an imminent BMW co-protect system for occupants Some of these roles are included in the BMW Active Drive Assistant. Night vision helps identification of wildlife, lane keep support, and the warning of front cross traffic.

Although it has a few changes, the latest iDrive platform will get acquainted to previous BMW owners. The graphics of the touch screen are unbelievably sharp, allowing you to re-order home screen icons to your taste and quickly respond to inputs and gesture controls. This is a bonus, because not everybody has a touchpad controller. The software has a little learning curve, but once you get the hang of it it is easy to the user. Slow, frustrating navigation system is the only drawback. Instead of your mobile GPS, you would probably be better off.